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Rethink 2014: Endangered Species

Sara Plourde

Consider the Giant Panda. Cute, fuzzy, and available for your 24/7 viewing pleasure on theNational Zoo’s ‘Panda Cam’. It’s in the top five most popular species for conservation. But what about the endangered species that make your skin crawl, like the St. Lucia Racer Snake, or the Lord Howe Island Stick-Insect? Our guest is Christine Dell'Amore, environment writer and editor for National Geographic News. She asks the uncomfortable question of how do we decide which species to save as part of Nat Geo’s online series called “Last of the Last.”

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